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Endgame - Ocular

Endgame - Ocular
  • Performer Endgame
  • Title Ocular
  • Date of release Oct 2007
  • Country UK
  • Style Abstract, Musique Concrète, Experimental
  • Label Auricle
  • Catalog number AMCDR 111
  • Other formats CDr, Album
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2225 mb
  • Size FLAC 2003 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 864

Tracklist

1Blended Reality5:27
2Sometimes We March Sideways Like This8:30
3Saturated13:53
4Scat-A-Brain12:09
5I've Been Dead For The Past Year13:00
6Retina2:56
7Cornea6:13

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AMCDR 111 DLEndgame Ocular ‎(7xFile, FLAC, Album)AuricleAMCDR 111 DLUK2014

Credits

  • Producer [Produced By]Alan Freeman, Steve Freeman
  • Synthesizer [Sound Canvas], Guitar, Voice, Loops, Performer [Etc.], Mixed By [Preliminary Mix], Artwork, Graphic DesignJim Tetlow
  • Synthesizer [Synths], Bass, Voice, Tape, Loops, Turntables, Performer [Etc.]Steve Freeman
  • Synthesizer [Synths], Guitar, Voice, Loops, Performer [Gadgets], Whistle [Irish], Performer [Etc.], Mixed By [Remix], Edited By [Edit]Alan Freeman

Notes

Recorded at Tachyon Studio:
Track 1 is a remix, culled and constructed from other pieces.
Tracks 2,4,6 recorded 16 April 2003 - Tracks 3,5,7 recorded 7 May 2003.
Preliminary mix January 2005.
Remix and edit 9-10 July 2007.

Companies

  • Produced For – Auricle Music
  • Recorded At – Tachyon Studio

Video

Album

Ocular by Endgame, released 18 September 2014 1. Retina 2. Scat-A-Brain 3. Sometimes We March Sideways Like This 4. Saturated 5. Blended Reality 6. I've Been Dead For The Past Year 7. Cornea Deliberately spaced-out, sometimes very subdued, but with great dynamics, at other times it threatens to engulf the listener. Endgame music is instantaneous invention. Initially Endgame stepped on from German cosmic music in the manner of Zeit era Tangerine Dream, akin to Lightwave, the INA-GRM school or Morphogenesis. Expect referencesdedications to Nurse With Wound, Krautrock, etc. Ocular by Endgame, released 18 July 2007 1. Blended Reality Deliberately spaced-out, sometimes very subdued, but with great dynamics, at other times it threatens to engulf the listener. Immediate download of 7-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Download album includes two free extra tracks I've Been Dead For The Past Year and Cornea, 19 minutes in total. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 5 GBP or more. Endgame is the twelfth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth. It was produced by Dave Mustaine and Andy Sneap and released through Roadrunner Records on September 15, 2009. Endgame was the first album to feature guitarist Chris Broderick, following Glen Drover's departure in 2008, and was the band's last studio album with bassist James LoMenzo original bassist David Ellefson rejoined the band several months after the album's release. Endgame 2019 - Remaster. WMG от лица компании BMG Rights Management LLC Warner Chappell, PEDL, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Global Music Rights LLC, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. 202 listeners. 5 Mar 2015 1 track. Play album. Endgame is Megadeth's 12th studio album, released in 2009. It is the second and last Megadeth album to feature bassist James LoMenzo. Japanese bonus track. Dave Mustaine: Vocals, Guitar. Chris Broderick: Guitar. James LoMenzo: Bass. Shawn Drover: Drums. Categories: Albums. Studio Albums. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. But once the album finally saw the light of day, fan theories began to sprout up like wildfire, suggesting that Lamars new album holds a slew of deeper meanings and shouldn't be taken at face value. From far-fetched speculations to the Kendrick Lamar-approved factoids, Billboard takes a look at some of the theories surrounding DAMN. Easter Sunday Album. The theory goes on to explain that Kendrick released his album on Good Friday referencing the resurrection of Jesus Christ story in the Bible where Jesus died on Good Friday and resurrected three days later, on Easter Sunday. Endgame is quite frankly this bands answer to Abbey Road and I use this term loosely, all of you cute little Beatles fanboys out there or as close as Megadeth could ever hope to get. Everything is slash, thrash, and crash here with a strand of melody sewn delicately throughout, a perfect competitor to the upcoming Slayer release. While this does suit the tone of Endgame, the lyrical depth here reads more like someone dictating Reznors Year Zero screenplay footnotes, a doubly big loss since it is the title song and therefore a meant as the centerpiece on an otherwise rather pristine dinner table